Historic Restoration and Renovation of Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall

Total Contract Amount: $48,978,000

Project Executive: Mark D. Hall
Director of Construction: Scott V. Hall
Project Manager: Anthony Guerriero
Superintendents: William Burke/Roy Ralph
Owner/Contact Person: Atlantic County Improvement Authority - Lori Riggs - 609-343-2390
New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority - Robert Brehm - 215-895-2835
Architect/Contact Person: EwingCole - Donald Dissinger, AIA, RAIC, Principal - 215-625-4135
  • Historic restoration and renovation of this 1929 structure
  • Restored/reconstructed exterior granite and limestone
  • Restored interior
  • New limestone walls and granite floors
  • Hand molded ornate plaster
  • Woodwork disassembly, labeling and restoration
  • Repaired and reinstalled historic wood moldings and woodwork
  • Extensive new architectural woodwork
  • Replacement of historic windows at Grand Ballroom
  • New automatic doors
  • Historic roofing replacement over Grand Ballroom and ancillary areas
  • Restoration of ornamental metal railings and balustrades
  • Wood consolidation of historic woodwork
  • Constructed new meeting rooms and exhibit areas
  • Complete restoration of the Grand Ballroom
  • New wood floors and stage floor
  • Replicated historic light fixtures
  • Gold leafing and repainting/restoration of muraled ceilings
  • New escalators/stainless steel cladding
  • Reconstructed below grade concrete parking garage
  • Rehabilitated deteriorated concrete columns, beams and slabs
  • Spall repairs - added reinforcement and epoxy injection
  • Restoration of the historic barrel vaulted ceiling, loggia, stage and curtains
  • Historic paint, gold leaf and State seals restoration
  • Acoustical and lighting improvements
  • Construction of a minor league hockey arena
  • Fit out of new spaces serving building operations
  • Administration, player/performer facilities
  • New team locker rooms, showers and support facilities
  • Miss America event facilities/upgrades
  • Construction of public amenities, toilet facilities and main concourse
  • Buildout of hockey arena concession facilities
  • Construction of new kitchen, commissary and food service support facilities
  • Construction of new minor league hockey franchise offices
  • Construction of new meeting rooms
  • Extensive masonry, ground face block, drywall and glass fiber reinforced gypsum column covers and panels
  • New doors, frames and hardware
  • Ornamental metal railings
  • New grand staircases
  • New elevators
  • New architectural casework and wood team lockers
  • New painting, finishing and vinyl wall coverings
  • New acoustical ceilings, solid vinyl tile flooring, modular carpeting and glue-down carpet
  • Extensive food service equipment and concession counters
  • New HVAC systems, instrumentation and controls
  • New electrical systems and life safety support systems
  • Listed in the National & State Registers of Historic Places